The best story I've seen so far on the "paper dust" investigation in Boulder is from Laura Snider at the Boulder Daily Camera. Or maybe I'm biased since she called me and put in a quote or two 8-)
From the limited information I have, it seems to me that the magnitude of the problem is relatively small and might not be noticed by counties that don't look closely at their ballots via a good audit or the sort of screen images that the BallotNow system provides (despite its many flaws, that is an interesting aspect of the Hart system).
So how closely are other counties looking at their ballots, from systems known to have problems?
But who besides Boulder in Colorado is really doing good audits of mail-in ballots?
Is your county addressing the many flaws in Colorado's auditing procedures (see my related article) ?